Ariana Grande (born Ariana Grande-Butera, 26.06.1993)
Ariana Grande is an American actress and pop singer best known for her role in the Nickelodeon sitcom 'Victorious'.
Net Worth: According to Celebrity Net Worth in 2014, Ariana Grande has a net worth of 12 million USD.
Childhood: Ariana Grande was born in Boca Raton, Florida, to Joan Grande and Edward Butera. As a child, Grande performed onstage at Fort Lauderdale Children's Theatre, first in 'Annie', and later in 'The Wizard of Oz' and 'Beauty and the Beast'. When she was eight-years-old, Grande performed at the karaoke lounge on a cruise ship, and later studied at North Broward Preparatory School. Grande made her television debut singing 'The Star-Spangled Banner' for the Florida Panthers. She received management at the age of thirteen, and expressed a desire to record an R&B album when she turned fourteen.
Career: In 2008, Ariana Grande landed a role in the Broadway musical '13', winning a National Youth Theatre Association Award. This was followed by the role of Cat Valentine on the Nickelodeon show 'Victorious'. She worked on the show until 2013, when the series finished, but reprised the role on 'Sam & Cat', alongside Jennette McCurdy. On 30th August 2013, Ariana Grande released her debut studio album, 'Yours Truly', to strong critical praise. The album debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 list, as well as opening in the top ten for most countries worldwide. On 13th December 2013, Grande released a Christmas EP entitled 'Christmas Kisses'. The EP featured four tracks and performed moderately well. After being named 'Breakthrough Artist of the Year', Grande released her second studio album, 'My Everything', on 22nd August 2014. The album received only moderate reviews, with critics calling it "bland". At the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards, Grande performed onstage with Nicky Minaj and Jessie J, revealing their collaborative single 'Bang Bang'. The song went on to be the third most downloaded song on release in 2014.
Personal life: Between August 2012 and July 2013, Grande dated Jai Brooks from The Janoskians. The couple confirmed that they had gotten back together on 1st May, 2014, however they split up a second time three months later. On 13th October, 2014, Grande revealed that she was dating rapper Big Sean.
The star was given the accolade following her response to the Manchester terror attacks
Ariana Grande has said she is "moved and honoured" to have been named the first honorary citizen of Manchester following the devastating terror attack at her gig in May. Councillors unanimously voted for the star to be recognised as part of the North West city and the 22-year-old has since spoken of her pride at the honour.
Ariana Grande has been made an honourary citizen of Manchester
Following the tragic terror attack at her Dangerous Woman concert - which left 22 people dead and many more injured - Ariana arranged a star-studded benefit gig at Old Trafford in the city to raise money for the families affected.
Councillors vote unanimously in favour of the motion
Ariana Grande has been made an honorary citizen of Manchester after the success of her One Love benefit concert, raising money for victims of the terrorist attack in the city at one of her concerts. The concert was held a mere 13 days after the shock attack killed 22 people at the Manchester Arena.
Ariana Grande at the AMA's
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A Colombian national was arrested in Costa Rica for allegedly threatening an attack at Grande's gig in Alajuela on Sunday.
A 22 year old Colombian man has been arrested after he was suspected of threatening an attack at an Ariana Grande in Costa Rica last weekend.
The threats were reportedly made in Arabic on an online forum, and the man, with the last names of Caicedo Lopez, was detained in a raid in the early hours of Sunday morning (July 9th). The concert went ahead as planned, albeit amid heightened security.
Security had been tightened in any case at Grande’s concerts on her current Dangerous Woman world tour, after the shocking attack by an Islamist extremist at one of her gigs at Manchester’s Arena back on May 22nd. Fans had to pass through three separate security checks before entering the gig in Parque Viva in Costa Rica, the country’s second-biggest city.
The star's concert was hit by a terror attack in the city last month
As Manchester continues to reel over the city’s terror attacks last month at the MEN Arena, there has been one person determined to bring some light back into the devastated city: Ariana Grande. It was at the singer’s concert that 22 people died during Britain’s most horrific terror attacks in a decade and the star was left devastated.
Ariana Grande hosted a One Love Manchester concert following the terror attack atrocity
However, after the initial shock, the Into You hitmaker picked herself back up, returned to the city and hosted the One Love Manchester benefit concert to raise money for the victims and their families and to bring a message of peace and unity.
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The 21,000 capacity venue will not be hosting any events until mid-September at the earliest, following last month's terrorist attack.
Manchester Arena is reportedly set to remain closed until September after the shocking terrorist attack that killed 22 people last month.
A number of acts that had been due to perform at the 21,000 capacity venue over the next three months have been announcing re-arrangement, postponements or cancellations, as extensive refurbishment work at the Arena is being scheduled after a suicide bomber detonated a device in the foyer as fans were leaving Ariana Grande’s concert back on May 22nd.
Celine Dion is one of the acts whose gig has been affected
Continue reading: Manchester Arena To Remain Closed Until September
The One Love Manchester benefit concert was full of surprises.
It was an emotional night at Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester benefit concert over the weekend. Major artists joined together to show their support for the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing and their friends and families, and the singer herself had several surprises in store.
Ariana Grande at One Love Manchester
The concert took place at the Old Trafford Cricket Ground last night (June 4th 2017) just hours after another attack in London that has also been touted as an act of terror. Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Pharrell Williams and many others joined Ariana Grande for some heartfelt performances, but it was probably Ariana's rendition of 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow' that really affected the audience.
Miley Cyrus insists it was a ''no brainer'' agreeing to perform at the Manchester benefit concert and hopes her and her pal Ariana Grande will be able to organise more things like this.
Miley Cyrus says it was a ''no brainer'' agreeing to do the Manchester benefit concert.
The 'Malibu' hitmaker was thrilled to join her friend Ariana Grande at the concert on Sunday (04.06.17) to raise money for the victims of an awful terror attack following an Ariana concert in the north England city only a few weeks ago.
Speaking to Nick Grimshaw backstage at the One Love Manchester benefit concert, Miley said: ''It's a no brainer [when Ariana asked me]. Yes, for sure. I think what I told her too is I plan on making music for the rest of my life and I think that's her plan too.
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Ariana Grande, Mac Miller, Miley Cyrus and the Black Eyed Peas appear on stage at Ariana's One Love Manchester concert - The concert was set up to benefit the victims of the terror attack after Ariana's Manchester show the other week. Stars from the US and UK both graced the stage and played a concert full of emotion and love. The even was held at Old Trafford Cricket Ground - Manchester, United Kingdom - Sunday 4th June 2017
Ariana Grande and her friend Miley Cyrus seen on stage at Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester concert - The concert was set up to benefit the victims of the terror attack after Ariana's Manchester show the other week. Stars from the US and UK both graced the stage and played a concert full of emotion and love. The even was held at Old Trafford Cricket Ground - Manchester, United Kingdom - Sunday 4th June 2017
Grande's manager Scooter Braun says "in tribute to all those affected here and around the world, we will bring our voices together and sing loudly."
As Ariana Grande concertgoers left the Manchester Arena in late May this year, a suicide bomber detonated his bomb in the Arena's foyer, killing 22 people and injuring over 100 more. It was one of the deadliest attacks the United Kingdom has ever seen.
Ariana Grande's manager Scooter Braun confirms the Manchester gig will go on
In the aftermath, the country for the most-part pulled together, supporting one another and content in the fact that love will always beat out terror. Grande herself opened up about her own feelings following the attack, admitting she was "broken" immediately after hearing the news, but helping put together a benefit concert, which is scheduled to go ahead tonight in the city of Manchester.
The benefit gig at Manchester's Old Trafford cricket ground is being held on Sunday (June 4th), and tickets sold out in under six minutes this morning.
The One Love Manchester concert, the benefit gig to be held by Ariana Grande in the wake of the terrorist atrocity at her gig in the city last week, has sold out in just six minutes when tickets went on sale today.
About 45,000 tickets were snapped up in a matter of minutes after they went on sale at 10am on Thursday (June 1st).
The concert is due to be held at Manchester’s Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground on June 4th. It’s being televised by the BBC, and all proceeds are going to the British Red Cross’s Manchester Emergency Fund to help those injured and the families of the 22 people killed by the suicide bomber last Monday.
Continue reading: Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester Benefit Gig Sells Out In Six Minutes
Cabello appeared on 'This Morning' and spoke about her friend, how she comforted her after the Manchester attack and the benefit gig she's doing.
20 year old Cabello, who departed the girl-band Fifth Harmony after just over four years back in December 2016, appeared on ‘This Morning’ in Britain on Wednesday (May 31st) and revealed that she tried to comfort Grande in the wake of the attack, which happened at the end of Ariana’s gig at Manchester’s MEN Arena last Monday.
Fifth Harmony's Camila Cabello
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Date of birth
26th June, 1993
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